Re: New contribution

Date: Wed Apr 28 2004 - 18:54:48 EDT

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    Michael Everson wrote:

    > Print a newspaper article in Hebrew with Phoenician letters and no
    > one wil be able to read it.

    It's rather surprising that Phoenician letters are occasionally used to
    write Hebrew to this day, even though (almost) no one is able to read
    them. See and for some examples from modern
    coins. These are of course based on ancient coins, but I can provide at
    least one other example from an office building near my house.


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